St Peter’s Church, Letwell & Travellers Rest, Brookhouse Wedding

To fully appreciate what impressed me at Stephanie & Allen’s wedding, you need a little context first.  St Peter’s Church, Letwell is about 10 minutes by car from The Travellers Rest, Brookhouse.  That’s 10 minutes of open country roads where you are likely to average 50 miles per hour.

Why am I telling you this?  Well, Stephanie and Allen got married at St Peter’s Church, and then made their way over to The Travellers Rest for their reception.  What is worth noting is how the newlyweds went from church to reception….

Travellers Rest Brookhouse Wedding

You might say this was a brave move, travelling up to an hour in an open carriage with unpredictable weather… they loved it, and it made for some cracking photos so everyone is a winner.  To be fair, how often do you get the chance to ride in a horse drawn carriage on an A-road towards Dinnington?

Anyway, the ceremony at St Peters was beautiful and The Travellers Rest, Brookhouse was a great choice.  The staff were great, they even served me afternoon tea which is always appreciated, though I would never let that influence whether I would recommend somewhere as a wedding venue near Dinnington.

So, here is the standard ‘fusion’ slideshow with a selection of highlights from the photo album mixed with some video footage.  If you cannot watch the video right now I have also included a handful of photos from the full collection.

Stephanie & Allen @ The Travellers Rest

Presenting the wedding of Stephanie and Allen Pepper at The TravellersRest Brookhouse.

Posted by James L Morgan Wedding Photography on Thursday, 4 August 2016

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James Morgan

James is a professional wedding photographer based in Sheffield. He loves taking photos of people, tinkering with computers, real ale and red wine, and of course his family.
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